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Started by Bob Richter, June 01, 2002, 10:23:45 AM
Quote from: Jake NorwoodIf you're running an all-sorc campaign, consider giving out bonus priorities if you want them to be more competent. Just as if they'd had insight...Jake
Quote from: BankueiQuoteSo far what I have seen is stupid power hungry sorcerers aging themselves prematurely, running around at super speed and flying at people with spears. Just a bit of clarification as far as the example you gave is used in our game. The young boy turned man is being manipulated by another sorcerer, who so far, has sparingly, if at all used his powers. This means you have two of the most scary folks working together; a smart person, and a crazy person. The smart person is dangerous because they are better at predicting what you'll try to do, and the crazy person is dangerous because they themselves are unpredictable. Fun stuff :PChris
QuoteSo far what I have seen is stupid power hungry sorcerers aging themselves prematurely, running around at super speed and flying at people with spears.
QuoteCool I meant no offense , I had figured from your post that wasa Roleplay oriented choice and therfore IMO always good.